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Create Better Pages, Write Better Copy, Get Better Results

Since its release this past March, Premise has completely changed the way people are building landing pages. If you haven’t already, make sure you check out the updated Premise Showcase to see some of the amazing pages people have created with Premise.

Customers are thrilled with Premise’s built-in copywriting advice and simplified split-testing capabilities.

Check out what everyone is talking about: Create Better Pages, Write Better Copy, Get Better Results
See what Premise Can Do!

PS: Premise 1.2 is coming soon, so you would do well to purchase the Unlimited plan as it includes unlimited updates for the life of the product.

Why Choose a Studiopress Theme?

What do the Genesis Framework and Child Themes offer that others don’t?


  • With state of the art code and smart design architecture means that the search engines clearly see your content
  • And will help your blog rank higher in the search engines
  • Extra security built into the framework to protect your business
  • Automatic updates so you don’t have to worry about it
  • The Genesis framework (the core code) is kept completely separate from the  Child theme


  • That give you an array of beautiful frames for your content.
  • Where the settings give you unprecedented control of the framework.
  • With templates are constantly being upgraded, adding to your design options
  • And the design (child theme) is kept completely separate from the core code (Genesis framework) so you can easily change the look and feel of your site at any time
  • With the very best possible security features are already built in
  • Where updating to the current version of WordPress and Genesis is a snap


  • Widget Ready
  • Comment Functioning
  • Ready for Advertising
  • Developed for Localization (can be translated)
  • Capable of Auto-sizing Your Featured Images


  • My Tweets – displays an unordered list of your latest Tweets
  • User Profile – displays the Gravatar of a user, as well as their bio and a link to an about page
  • eNews & Updates – displays an opt-in box for users to receive your posts by email
  • Featured Posts – displays post excerpts and a thumbnail to be used in a featured section
  • Featured Page – displays page excerpts and a thumbnail to be used in a featured section



How to start your membership site in minutes

If you’ve been struggling to set up your membership site and the technical stuff has been holding you back, then check out this awesome resource. I use it for my own WordPress training program ( The site is very simple to use — if you can write a blog post in WordPress, then you can build your own membership site on this platform.

(If you’re in a hurry: CLICK HERE)

The number one roadblock and bottleneck for information marketers and would-be infopreneurs is usually the “technical” stuff. But the truth is that you don’t need to know how to work databases, programming, and servers. You only need to create the content, upload it to the site and you’ve got yourself a membership site where you can help people by providing them with your specialized knowledge (and make yourself some money).

So go ahead and check out this all-in-one solution for creating e-courses, e-trainings, and membership sites – or any other type of information products you can think of.

Check it out by clicking this link: Click here for more information

WordPress is Simple: Online WordPress Training

Save Time and Money: Learn to Build Your Own WordPress Websites, Sales Pages, and Landing Pages

This is a concise and simple to follow WordPress Video Course that will have you building your own WordPress sites in a very short period of time.

Here’s what you’ll learn:

WordPress Basics

* Installing/activating WordPress
* Overview of the WordPress settings and the dashboard
* Plugins: * Installing, setting up and activating vital plugins

Tweaking the Theme

* Managing sidebar widgets
* Customizing settings for Pages, Posts, Categories, and Tags
* Creating and managing pages, posts, categories, and tags
* Changing the settings on your WordPress website

Bonuses and Resources

* A 6-part SEO for WordPress series (for non techies)
* A WordPress Tutorial ebook (35 pages of a complete how-to)
* Access to my YouTube Channel that is all about WordPress

Click this link to learn more about this very thorough WordPress training program.  WordPress is Simple 

Available online now. Price just $149

Ugh! Sales Pages…

A while back I bought the Premise Plugin for WordPress

to create sales pages. It’s got a bit of a learning curve for sure and I haven’t even gone so far as to write a page with it.  But I ran across this video that explains it well.  If you are struggling with writing your sales pages, check out the video by Amy Harrison.

Here’s a link to the video: PREMISE OVERVIEW
After you’ve watched the video, click this link to find out more about the plugin itself.   PREMISE PLUGIN

Your Online Presence

Creating a very powerful online presence is THE most important step you can take in building your online business.

And the most important aspect of your online presence is not Facebook, Twitter or LinkedIn. The hub of all your business and online activity is your website (or should be), and preferably WordPress.

If you have not invested in a site that you own outright, you are putting your business and lifestyle in jeopardy.

Taking this a step further, a brochure type of website is not going to cut it any longer. At one time, they were good enough, but no more. And when you think of all the competition you have online, you’ll see why a site that looks amateurish won’t work either.

You need a dynamic site and this means that you have to be able to make changes when you need to, (and that might be everyday).

Dynamic and changing sites are what attract interest and have people coming back. Is your site up to the standards of what shoppers and clients are expecting in 2011?

Are you getting the traffic you need to build your business and make enough money to support your lifestyle?

If not, you are probably making one or more of these very common and costly mistakes:

  • You’ve got a website that you’ve spent a lot of money on and you don’t get any significant traffic
  • This same site brings you no ranking or visibility in the search engines (Google)
  • You believed, or were lead to believe, that just having a site would bring traffic automatically
  • You aren’t using an autoresponder service to capture visitors’ information (name and e-mail addresses)
  • Your website is not easy for visitors to navigate, and most people just click away rather than explore it
  • Your website is not automatically connected to your social networking accounts
  • Your site doesn’t include a blog, so you aren’t getting the benefits of regularly updating your site
  • Basically, you can’t or don’t know how to use your website to your advantage

The good news is that with a WordPress self-hosted site you can have and do all of the above.

Start getting the traffic, exposure, and the sales you deserve for the hours you are currently putting into your business. Contact me via the form below, and let’s discuss a WordPress site for your business.

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Geolocation and WordPress

What is Geolocation?

According to Wikipedia, Geolocation is the identification of the real-world geographic location of an object, such as a cell phone or an Internet-connected computer.  Geolocation is closely related to positioning but can be distinguished from it by a greater emphasis on determining a meaningful location (e.g. a street address) rather than just a set of geographic coordinates.

Who should use this technology?

iPhone cell-tower geolocation works in Delhi.If you are a brick and mortar business and want customers to show up at your door, then this is for you. The plugin will pinpoint and share your location with your viewers.

Using this technology on a WordPress site:

You’ll need reliable hosting — this is not the time to use sub-standard hosting.  Bluehost is, in my opinion, the best hosting out there, but Hostgator, and GoDaddy are great WordPress website hosting companies as well. They all have the capabilities needed for this higher end technology so can integrate geolocation, doing it simply and seamlessly.

Geolocation is the name of a plugin for WordPress that will display information about your location, automatically determining the physical address where you are at and then showing this information on your website.

Is there a downside to using Geolocation?

It can be both good and bad because it pinpoints exactly where you are updating your content from (including the coffee shop you are at down the street).

What do you think?

Is this technology a long overdue service, or just another invasive mechanism? Or somewhere in between? Leave a comment below with your thoughts.